If you are Subversion & TortoiseSVN user and miss integration with Visual Studio or if you actually use AnkhSVN, you should take a look at VisualSVN.
It's a really nice peace of software that shows SVN status icons in Visual Studio and take care of file operations like rename and move, but for all the big ones, just calls TortoiseSVN. It's a great combination and a solid idea. IMO there is no need to reinvent what TortoiseSVN already does great.
Unfortunatelly, VisualSVN is not free, it's price of $49 is kind of steep for the open source world of SVN, but if you crave for VS integration it's your best bet.
I'm so used of TortoiseSVN that I'll stick with it for now.